‘BioShock’ The Video Game Franchise Is Now Turning Into a Film Adaptation at Netflix

‘BioShock’ The Video Game Franchise Is Now Turning Into a Film

BioShock’ the famous Video game franchise is now moving towards a film adaptation at Netflix. The director and writer are not on board at this moment.

Netflix is working on the partnership deal almost for a year. The game sold more than 39 million copies worldwide from its initial release and followed two sequels BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite, which is a dystopian landscape as it combined action, sci-fi, and horror.

‘BioShock’ The Video Game Franchise Is Now Turning Into a Film

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The ‘BioShock’ released in 2007 from 2K Games, The Multiplayer video game featured the first-person shooter and crumbling underwater city named Rapture, its society fragmented in a civil war with many inhabitants addicted or using a genetically-enhancing serum that gives people powers while also living in fear from Big Daddies, mutated humans who have been merged with diving suits. Into this world is dropped the game’s protagonist, Jack, a survivor of a mysterious plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Andrew Conor is a News Writer for Maxblizz, Andrew is a fan of Marvel and DC comics and films.

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